A river runs through it.

A river runs through the park where I often walk, and right now with our lack of rain and extreme temperatures, the water level is pretty low. Yesterday topped out at 98 degrees, adding one more record-toppling day to a year filled with them. I read in the Cleveland Plain Dealer that 10 daily high temperatures have been broken so far this year. Ouch!

Other things I snapped today were the girl’s cross country team getting warmed up (literally) for their season, a dog panting from the heat, and a young squirrel swing on our bird feeder. Because of the heat and humidity, I cut my walk short. I don’t have the stamina of those high school girls, so that’s it for today from the north coast of Ohio.

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See you soon!
Carolyn aka Skip

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  1. that’s hot…..we’ve even been topping at 100 or so here in the mountains…most of us are melting! 😦

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